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Is climate change driving an increase in cases of anthrax?

2023-12-21T12:27:00+00:00By Alexandra Cusmano, Les Baillie

The anthrax outbreak in Africa could be a harbinger of more to come, with climate change creating opportunities for the emergence of more cross-over strains capable of causing anthrax-like infections. 

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